Poultry Farm management training programme by KVK Baramati

India is the second largest egg producer and one of the top ten broiler producers in the World. There is huge potential for the development of the poultry sector in the country as, per capita requirement is around 180 eggs and 10 Kg meat per annum whereas, availability is 42 eggs and 500 Gm. meat per annum.

There is a good opportunity in this sector in rural and semi-urban areas. There are many organization which conducts training for the benefits of the upcoming entrepreneur and farmers. KVK Baramati also conducts Poultry Farm management training programme regularly throughout the year.

Note: Please visit KVK Baramati website for further deatils. This information is provided only for the benefits of the readers. We are not affiliated or related to KVK Baramati.

Training Details

  • Selection of site for poultry farm.
  • Construction of poultry shed & requirement of water
  • Characteristics of one-day old chicks
  • Poultry breeds & their characteristics
  • Brooding of chicks
  • Care and management of chicks
  • Vaccination & Diseases management
  • Disinfection of poultry shed
  • Poultry breed suitable for backyard poultry & their
  • Visit to successful Poultry farms and discussion etc.
  •  Preparation of project report and document required
    for project

Dates of training check website KVK Website.

Fees and Payment

Training fee Rs. 4000/- ( includes lodging, boarding & Training material)

Mode of Payment

  • CASH

For Training enquiry, Lodging & boarding contact

Tushar Khandagle
(Mob.7719064557, Time 9.30am to 5.30pm)

For Training Information contact 

Mr. R. S. Jadhav, SMS (Vet. Science)
(Mob. 9075017093, Time 9.30am to 5.30pm)
Email – [email protected]

For Registration Contact 

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Baramati
At Post. Malegaon Kh, Tal. Baramati
Dist. Pune (Maharashtra.) Pin. 413115
Ph. 02112-255207/27

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